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Ohm

A Swedish unit of volume approximately equivalent to 150 liters.
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For example, individuals from divorced families, compared with those from intact families, were found to have lower self-concept (Parish & Wigle, 1985; Slater, Stewart, & Linn, 1983), lower life satisfaction and well-being (Amato & Booth, 1991; Furstenberg & Teitler, 1994; Gohm, Oishi, Darlington, & Diener, 1998), an increased risk of experiencing relationship difficulties (Amato, 1996; Feng, Giarrusso, Bengston, & Frye 1999; Summers, Forehand, Armistead, & Tannenbaum, 1998), lower levels of intimacy with parents and peers (Cooney & Kurz, 1996), and a heightened risk of psychopathology (Cooney & Kurz, 1996; Furstenberg & Teitler, 1994; Kurdek & Sinclair, 1988; McCabe, 1997; Swartzman-Schatman & Schinke, 1993).
Pete van de Gohm, CPP, is directer of information asset protection for Enron Energy Services Inc.